Kids' memory binders. This is just genius. I've been looking for a way to organize all this stuff!

I like the idea of Memory Binders with kid's special papers

Free Printable! Ask the same 20 questions year after year (1-18, but probably age 3 or 4 is a great age to start) and see how your child's responses change year to year. Makes a great keepsake to give to them when they turn 18.

The Lazy Mom's Guide to a Baby Book - She has some good ideas, especially for someone like me who doesn't take the time for scrapbooking :)

Catalogue memorable items from each school year.

Put your son's toy cars in a shadowbox after he has outgrown them.

worksheets in binder with dry erase marker

Make memory boxes for each child.

Another Pinner Said: A friend told me they do an art binder at her daughters school. I started one for my daughter. I separate them by month with her school calendars and highlights. I love the idea!

Spiders hate peppermint! Put some peppermint oil in a squirt bottle with a little water and spray your garage and all door frames. - interesting!I knew it helped keep mice away but i didnt know it worked for spiders too, ill have to try it # Pin++ for Pinterest # great-ideas

A Birthday book to add to each year.

KID CRAFT: Foam Dough! Easy to make and only 2 ingredients!

How to resize your kids artwork to fit in frames.

A little note from the tooth fairy....what an adorable memory for kids to keep.

Letting kids LIVE - seriously an awesome list of easy things for kids. If you have toddlers you NEED to check this out!

Birthday Lunch! I would have LOVED it if I got something like this as a kid. Must do!

I am SO doing this!!! A hilarious list of things one mom uses when her kids leave their stuff out all over the house. Seems like a lot more fun than nagging!! Awesome~

Store kids' art work by year in mailing tubes; keep in a basket.

Treat box for traveling. one per kid, no refills. Tackle box....great idea!

Consider organizing childrens' school memories in binders. So much easier than scrapbooking You can create a binder for each year and include their school picture, class picture, report cards, certificates, writing samples, favorite artwork, etc, etc, all in sheet protectors to preserve them.